I like the TV show Face Off (and other creative-type reality shows) bc it manages to convey that thing where when you’re planning a project, you’re like, “wow this is going to be the most brilliant thing ever made” and then when the deadline arrives you’re like “wow this is a monster truck full of dildos”
any time a post of mine blows up my anxiety just spikes a huge amount and this is probably an indication that I shouldn’t blog at all but whatever
I’m pretty uncomfortable with the huge amount of notes and attention that that post is getting tbh
oh my god I swear to god I’m done with this but someone is literally saying in the notes on a post of mine that “Anne Frank’s Jewishness was never censored the way her sexuality was censored”
SHE HAD TO HIDE IN A FUCKING ATTIC
I want to give my old “boss” from the Purple Thistle as a reference for this job interview today, but I don’t have his current phone number, I only have his e-mail address. Is it sketchy to give an e-mail address for a reference and not a phone number? It’s probably sketchy, right? But he is such a good reference, argh.
edit: I did e-mail him to give him a heads up and ask for his phone number, but I’m worried he won’t get back to me in time for the interview this afternoon.
Although I’m pretty sure my mom reads my blog and just doesn’t tell me or mention the things she reads on it to me because she doesn’t want me to know she reads my blog, because she knows I don’t want her to read my blog.
This is the kind of detente my mom and I eventually reach for everything.
I’m scared to tell my mom I quit my job. She was so proud of me for doing something that made me miserable, if that even makes sense. I don’t know if she gets sometimes how hard things are for me? She said, “I’ve always been impressed by how you’ll do always do whatever it takes to survive”, which is one of the most validating things she’s ever said to me, and now here I am just being so irresponsible and quitting my job when I have so few prospects. Oh well, at least I have my art, lol.